By Mark Holden
‘Project of a lifetime” may not be enough to describe our work at Cima del Mundo
[T]he hilltop home had experienced many changes since its original construction in 1925, including service as a makeshift monastery as well as a stretch of years in which the property was abandoned and allowed to go almost disastrously to seed. In all its history, however, the estate has never been through as much by way of transformation as it has
in the past four years.
Complete is the best word to describe what that transformation has been with respect to restoration and upgrading of existing structures and the addition of formal landscaping. But another word comes to mind in surveying the look of the just-completed project: authentic.
Everything about the place looks and feels as though it could have been part of the original construction, right down to the [more